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About Fatty Fish
Fatty Fish is a Michelin recommended restaurant with an eclectic menu focusing on Asian-Inspired Cuisine.
Executive Chef Roy Lamberty enjoys creating unique and interesting new dishes by preparing eastern menu ingredients with western cooking techniques. The result is an array of signature dishes which can only be found at Fatty Fish, such as Honey Ginger Salmon, Asian Paella, 'Plumtori' Fried Chicken, Thai Basil Pesto Fettuccine, Lapsang Souchong Braised Beef Short Ribs...and so much more!
New York, NY 10065
Seafood, Fusion / Eclectic, American
Hours of Operation:
Saturday & Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Daily: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:15pm
Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:45pm
Everyday: 3:00pm - 7:00pm
Between 1st Ave. and York Ave.
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
We offer off-site catering for parties up to 200 people.
We will deliver the menu items and set up chafing dishes with sterno heating, if needed.
There are many private parking garages in the area
Limited street parking
F subway line at 63rd St and Lexington Ave
N,Q,R,4,5,6 subway lines at 59th st and Lexington Ave
Local M15 Bus at 64th St and 1st Ave
Express M15 Bus at 68th St and 1st Ave
Executive Chef Roy Lamberty
Private Party Facilities:
Fatty Fish has an enclosed patio which can be used for private parties. The room holds up to 40 guest. It can be combined with the back dining room for larger groups up to 80 guest total.
Our chef will work with you to create the perfect menu for your event.
Private Party Contact:
Roy Lamberty: (917) 826-4623
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Delivery, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Fatty Fish Ratings and Reviews
Excellent brunch menu and value. The outside seating area is adorable, on a sunny day filled with light that feels like an oasis in Manhattan. The Shishito and bacon appetizer was flavorful, mimosas plentiful, and pork belly benedict made for an excellent start to a Sunday.
The sushi pizza is tasty! Apps were satisfying. Good selection of wine bottles for a reasonable price. It was raining outside and they seated us outside under the plastic roof so it was very loud! At times we couldn't hear each other. The salmon was too peppery and the green tea ice cream was one of the worst I've ever had.
I walked in and thought the place looked dark and small, but as I walked further back I saw the second dining room and then the enclosed bright porch area. Really nice space. They had a nice selection of good choices. Something for everyone. Everything was delicious and beautifully presented. I would go back and recommend to friends.
Mixed reviews on this place but I wanted to try. I was not impressed. Dumplings we OK, calamari was OK, paella was fairly bland and not hot. Friend had branzino & said it was "OK" but did not finish. It was very quiet since no one was there, so we did have a nice chat. Wish I had better things to say, our server was very nice, but other than that, I don't.
Mostly Japanese cuisine with a creative flair, all dishes were tasty and nicely prepared and presented. Neighborhood feel, casual and comfortable. Gyoza excellent. Waiter was not very well schooled in the menu or what the bar could provide, and it took a bit longer than it should have to get drinks brought to the table, but the entries came promptly after we finished the apps. Prices very reasonable.
We had the unlimited mimosas with 2 entrees. The presentation, proportions and the quality of the food was great. The heated outdoor patio enclosed with its international cafe style ambience was welcoming. The service was exceptional our mimosas were always topped off ,never left thirsty..
Sat us in the back patio room that was very cold. Asked to turn on the heat they did its on. Poor table with a planter literally with dying plants poking me in the head and said we want to sit inside. They said they could but moved us one table over! There was no one in the restaurant at 6 and wouldt accommodate us
Had been to this restaurant last year and the food was exceptional. We were so enthusiastic to repeat the experience so came back again with a group of 7. The food was just good this time. Seemed that the dishes were not as piping hot and fresh flavored as last time. Also annoyed that the big table was not so stable - a metal table in the back garden - and tilted a bit that made for awkward eating. All said though the staff is well-meaning and the food is much better than at many other fusion type places.
On the whole, Fatty Fish is a good choice. The staff are friendly and patient, the menu is varied. I had the Teriyaki Bento box with salmon. The salmon was indifferent to poor, (let's say that it had not been caught yesterday), and I left half of it; but this disappointment was made up for by the rest of the bento box which was really very good. Next time, I will avoid fish here, which is a bit of a shame in a restaurant called Fatty Fish - but hey, you are in New York, and it isn't easy to have a good fish meal without paying huge prices. I'll go back.
Fatty fish is such a gem. The food is fresh and the waiters are so nice. Their pineapple fried rice and cassava fries. The decor is very rustic modern, like something out of a movie honestly. It is set up in a hallway type look after you enter, then there is a dining room in the back. This is also attached to another dining room separated by a curtain. Both spaces are nice but if it is cold outside, I recommend the table by the wall in the first dining room on your right hand side, just before you enter the other dining room...the heater is attached there and it is super warm. The staff is so kind and friendly and is always ready to refill your drink or water. I'm definitely going back there sooner, rather than later.
This was a very enjoyable evening. The appetizers (sushi pizza and shishito peppers with bacon) were both excellent. The vegetarian ramen dish and the paella were both good as well, although the paella could have been hotter in temperature. Both dishes lacked an intensity of flavor that was enhanced by spicy paste, although the extra charge for that addition is truly inappropriate. Sake was reasonably priced and the service was very attentive, but at times water would be served or dishes removed without regard to interfering with our conversation or eating. There are many dishes on this interesting menu that will be tried on another visit.
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